>> brian: joining us, eric bolling to react to that. >> i almost reacted prematurely. that's a bad number. 405 to 410,000 is what economists were hoping for. we got 418,000. remember, these are jobless claims, first time. so the number goes up, that's a bad thing. that means unemployment. we look at these numbers on a week to week basis. we're here every week and you want to see that trend turn down, get under 400,000, get towards 350,000 where you might actually be creating jobs in the economy. 300 would be great. but again, it hovers at that 415, 420 week after week after week, which tells you if you go another couple of weeks like this, that magical monthly unemployment number, 9.2% probably won't be coming down any time soon. >> steve: in the next week, you'll have the thousands of nasa people who were involved in space shuttle, they're out of work. >> that was a great line there. the u.s. great. that was a fantastic ending to a great program. we should keep it open.